Understanding Gardner's Theory of Multiple Intelligences

Wilford, Sara; Karas, Elaine
November 2005
Early Childhood Today;Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p16
This article suggests a workshop on Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences for early childhood educators. The workshop consists of two parts: leadership instructions and a handout for the participating staff members. The authors suggest that workshop participants share the teacher handout and invite parents to discuss the implications at a parent meeting.


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